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Bluesky App Unlocks Its Doors, Revolutionizing Social Media Experience for Millions

Bill Hartzer

Eschewing the need for technical expertise, Bluesky empowers its users to shape and mold the platform according to their preferences, fostering a sense of ownership and community engagement. ” Central to Bluesky’s groundbreaking approach is the AT Protocol, an open-source foundation that serves as the backbone of the Bluesky App.

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Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) | Safe or Not?


As the name suggests, Free and Open Source software (FOSS) is a crossover between Free Software and Open-Source Software. To understand all of this in-detail, let’s first understand what is an Open-Source Software? What is an Open-Source Software?


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I've Used Bluesky for 6 Months – Here's What You Should Know

Buffer Social

Among them is Bluesky , which is a decentralized, invite-only social network built on an open-source protocol  (I’ll explain what this means even though I barely understand it myself). Bluesky also incorporates community labeling as part of its moderation strategy, promoting community involvement in content regulation.

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Open Community Case Study – GoPlow


This post is part of our regular series of Open Community case studies, in which intrepid association blogger and freelance writer Deirdre Reid will be digging into associations (and other kinds of organizations when relevant) who are living and breathing their open communities in the ways we describe in the book.

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Community Bootstrapping: Tools & Strategies To Build A Community.

Jason Yormark

While community is a hot buzz word these days, it’s still quite a ways before most businesses truly embrace the idea. Companies like Starbucks , Dell , even my previous employer Microsoft Advertising , all do community incredibly well and it has paid off for all of them many times over.

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How to Cut Costs with Your Own Support Community

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

Maintaining traditional channels like phone, email and live chat support are a must—but a solid support community can cut that burden drastically, saving you time and money. But good communities are more than support channels. An effective support community relies on members to generate much of the support. It’s Worked Before.

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Client solves Ecommerce for WordPress via Open Source

The Way of the Web

And the other is that it’s one of the first times I’ve been working on a project which is delivering something via Open Source, rather than using OS products as an end user. The benefits of a true Open Source Ecommerce solution. So what makes Jigoshop so good?